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MultiState's 2017 State Policy Review & 2018 Preview
This is an updated compilation of six separate posts the MultiState team has published over the past month reviewing the top state issues of 2017 and previewing what's ahead in 2018.

Budgets

At the start of 2017, MultiState found that 31 states were facing budget...
Twenty-Five States Face Revenue Shortfalls in 2018

Twenty-five states are currently facing a revenue shortfall, which is a marked improvement over our report from last year, when 31 states were in deficit. New additions to this year's list include Arizona, Florida, Kentucky, Minnesota, and New Jersey. Colorado,...

2017 State Policy Review: Budgets

This is the first in a series of posts wrapping up the top state issues of 2017 and previewing what's ahead in 2018. 

2017 Interim Report on State Taxation

Tax reform is the talk of Washington, D.C., as congressional leaders race to pass a bill before the end of the year. Whether or not they are successful could have serious downstream consequences for state efforts to adjust their tax codes. Although it's too soon to tell...

2017 Interim Report on State Budgets

It's nearly Christmas, but Oklahoma still hasn't passed a budget deal. Utah has already introduced an omnibus tax bill for consideration when the legislature returns in January with significant policy implications. A new lawsuit in Pennsylvania is threatening to blow a...

October Tax Retrospective: Two Down, One to Go
After months of work, two states have finalized their outstanding budgets. In the last few days, lawmakers in Connecticut and Pennsylvania have set out long-term revenue plans for their states. It was a lot of sturm und drang to get here, but the battle is over for these...
September Tax Policy Retrospective: Back to School, Back to Budget Special Session
While most states are preparing for next year by discussing their spending priorities and mapping out their fiscal reform agenda, some are still struggling to finish up this year's work. This month we're looking at the ongoing troubles of Connecticut, Oklahoma, and...
South Dakota v Wayfair: Three Maps

We've written regularly (here, here, here, and here) regarding the explosion of state activity directed at enhancing the collection of state and local sales and use taxes. This week, South Dakota asked the United State Supreme Court (see a copy of the cert petition here)...

Illinois Passes a Budget, But it's No Time to Celebrate
Last Thursday the Illinois House voted to override Governor Bruce Rauner's (R) veto of its budget bill ( IL SB 9), ending the state's 736 day budget stalemate. While the vote takes the pressure off Illinois' fiscal difficulties for the moment, the state still faces...
June 2017 Tax Retrospective: The Government Shutdown Blues
To say that it has been a rocky budget year for states would be an understatement: revenues for this year have been lackluster overall and projections for the future aren't any brighter. States across the country struggled to meet their requirements to pass balance...

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